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Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen
Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen
The Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen in the Beach Boulevard Retail Park
The Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen
opened on the 21 August 2007 at the Beach Boulevard Retail Park next to the Pagazzi Lighting store. Dunelm Mill shop sells household and garden items such as bathroom accessories, bedding, beds, blinds, curtains, cushions, clocks, crafts, curtains, home furnishings, electrical items, kitchen items, pet accessories such as dog beds and cat blankets, pictures, mirrors, quilts, pillows, sheets, towels, rugs and much more. Dunelm Mill Shop specialise in bargain offers and clearance sales items. The Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen stocks over 20,000 homeware products.
There is free parking at the Dunelm Mill Shop Aberdeen with plenty of car spaces available. Other shops and facilities nearby include Comet, MFI, Asda, Pets at Home and a JJB sports shop and gym. There are cash machines located to the right of the Asda superstore.
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Aberdeen beach boulevard is a short walk away with many restaurants ranging from Italian, Mexican, Chinese, fish and chips and include well known names such as Pizza Hut, Jimmy Chungs and Burger King. Entertainment in the area include Codona's carnival and leisure facilities and a large cinema complex.
The success of Dunelm Mill shops can be traced back to 1979 when married couple Jean and Bill Adderley took over a stall in the Leicester covered outdoor market. Bill Adderley used his experience as a former manager in Woolworths to sell a wide range of products such as cushions and curtains. Their stock increased and soon they were selling a variety of household items and there was no longer any room at the market. The first Dunelm Mill Shop was opened in East Street at Leicester, England by Bill and Jean Adderley. Their aim was to have a home textiles business which offered a wide range of products at affordable prices. From this one shop they went onto open more small shops throughout the East Midlands and in time this grew to large retail units around England such as the superstore in Rotherham in December 1994. Other English branches include Birmingham, York, Coventry, Huntingdon, Nottingham, Derby, Reading, Sheffield, Preston, Swindon, Stevenage, Canterbury, Grantham, Stafford and Wellingborough. Irish branches include Belfast and Ballymena in Northern Ireland whilst Welsh branches include Cardiff.
Bill and Jean Adderley continued their philosophy of simply value for money
and this has seen the Dunelm Mill group succeed over the years.
As the interest in home furnishings spread through Britain so the Dunelm Mill stores adapted and this included offering a made to measure service for curtains and other soft furnishings.
In 1996 the family business of Dunelm Mill saw another Adderley join the company. This was their son Will Adderley who is now the Chief Executive of Dunelm Mill whilst his father, Bill, has a non executive role.
From 2002 to 2005 Dunelm Mill was seen as one of the UK’s fastest growing homewares retailers.
The first Dunelm Mill shop to open in Scotland was the Uddingston Dunelm Mill store in January 2004. They soon opened other Dunelm Mill branches in Scotland at Edinburgh, Perth, Kirkcaldy and Cyldebank.
In 2006 the Dunelm-Mill website was launched at dunelm-mill.com and this brought new customers from Europe as well as throughout the UK. In the same year Dunelm Mill floated on the London Stock Exchange.
By 2007 Dunelm Mill had a group profit of over £200 million and there are now over 84 Dunelm Mill stores throughout the UK with over 5000 members of staff. Dunelm Mill remains a family run business. They continue to open more UK branches. For example in August 2007 they opened another English branch at Shoreham, West Sussex as well as the Dunelm Mill shop in Aberdeen, Grampian.
The July 2007 rains and flood saw their Chesterfield branch suffer from flood damage.
The name Dunelm was taken from the name of the home that Bill and Jean Adderley lived in, though there is now a Dunelm Castle Homes company.
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Jobs at Dunelm Mill
There are many jobs at Dunelm Mill Aberdeen and throughout their United Kingdom branches. These jobs range from store manager, warehouse assistance, sales assistance, cash office administrator and weekend sales assistant. More information about jobs at Dunelm Mill can be found at dunelm-mill.com or at each DunelmMill store.
Opening Times of Dunelm Mill
The opening times of Dunelm Mill are from 9am to 8pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm on a Saturday and 10am to 6pm on a Sunday.
Contact Address Telephone Number and Website for Dunelm Mills
The contact details for Aberdeen Dunelm Mills is:
Dunelm Mills Aberdeen
Boulevard Retail Park
Telephone Number (01224) 595779
The main contact address, telephone number and website for Dunelm Mills is:
Dunelm Soft Furnishings Plc
Tel No: 0845 1 65 65 65
Web site home page urls: www.dunelm-mill.co.uk or www.dunelm-mill.com or www.dunelmmill.co.uk
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